Last night, Elon Musk promised the NSW Greens that he’ll build a tunnel under the Blue Mountains. We should pay him what he wants…with one condition.
Clive Palmer has doubled down on his textual assault, promising to harangue the electorate with his unsolicited messages. You know what? In a time of political dithering, at least he’s predictable.
We might roll our eyes at Clive’s Titanic, but it’s actually a home run for my generation. We love nothing more than death, nostalgia and Leonardo DiCaprio. All aboard.
The second age of Clive is upon us. To articulate the size of the kangaroo’s scrotum, we sent our best man in with a protractor.
Well, it happened. Eurydice Dixon’s memorial was vandalised, Germany lost their first opener since 1982 and Clive Palmer returned. But don’t call it a comeback.
A return to the Golden Day of Television, a spot of viral marketing and the grumblings of a questionable constitution spotted #AusPol’s Leopard this week. So, who won?
A fight with a spreadsheet, a big hole digging a bigger one and the pangs of sweet obligation coat the oesophagus of #AusPol this week. So, who won?
A duet no-one asked for, the coronation of new meme-lord and a return to form all highlight #Auspol’s godawful week. So, who won?
To most of us, Clive Palmer is a man with too much money and too little sense. However, when we study his broad strokes, his real message becomes clear.
Morn-o. What happened while you were asleep? Well, we saw a new side to Clive Palmer, the same old side of warfare, and a welcome, furrowed brow on QandA. Hooray.
The amnesiac 1%, a Senator almost reaching professional puberty and parliament replaced by cyborgs; it was a standard week in #Auspol. But who won?
Clive Palmer has left the building. And while we may celebrate a victory for logic, the reality is that we’ve just bullied him out of school.
The week that was in five minutes. We’ve seen Japan hit by two earthquakes, Clive Palmer hit with reality and a mattress that knows when you’re hitting it on the sly.
Rob Idol dissects the advantages and disadvantages of our politicians operating alongside us in the social media realm.
After researching the candidates to take Bronwyn’s place, Jordan King Lacroix can only see one man with the necessary skills – Clive Palmer.
As the wind changes direction in the Australian Senate, Lachlan Marr wonders whether the newly-formed “coalition of common sense” is a load of hot air or if it will blow the Upper House down…
The way Clive Palmer behaved on QandA last night has made Tom Jacobs question whether there has been this colourful a politician since Sir Les Patterson… #ohwait
From FODI to PUP to an unravelling world of civil warfare, “dangerous ideas” aplenty were firmly on the current affairs agenda over the past fortnight.
Conrad Liveris isn’t fussed over 81 cents, however, businesses may find that small amount to be a major headache once the carbon tax is repealed.
MIke Welsh wonders what Clive Palmer was thinking pushing Motorist Party Senator Ricky Muir into the harsh media spotlight at the hands of veteran interviewer Mike Willesee.
Coalition begins with the letter “c”, and so does the word to describe the last fortnight for Joe Hockey, Christopher Pyne and some of the biggest banks in the world.
James Hennessy clears up the bit of myth-making behind the notion of there being a balanced media in Australia.